The Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine will host this virtual conference over the course of several days. We plan to host several sessions or topics of discussion for several hours each day. We hope that this format will encourage discussion and feedback between the shorter sessions.
As the usage of radar continues to become more common and widespread in the Polar Sciences, it is important for the science community to have a coherent assessment of logistical and science interests and how we will address these. We plan to discuss a range of topics in which radar is used including snow, ice, permafrost, geomorphology, glaciology, among others.
Full details are on the Conference website.